So far this season I have avoided the one week that could ruin or destroy a picks record for the year. I’ll need to avoid it again in Week 5 where the lines are the most challenging they have been yet.
After surviving Week 2, Week 3 was one for the history books, but now the bar has been set to try to continue to produce equally successful weeks. It’s not an easy job, but someone has to do it.
The key to the picks season is surviving Week 2. A 7-9 Week 2 isn’t anything to be excited about, but it’s enough to survive, and set up a very important Week 3.
It’s the supposed best week of the playoffs. Four games over two days with the 1-seeds in play. Either the hated (at least hated on this site) Patriots or the scummy Ravens will lose, either Tony Romo or Aaron Rodgers will go home and either Peyton Manning or Andrew Luck’s season will be over. And, […]
The Giants and Redskins meet on Thursday Night Football and one team will head into a 10-day break feeling good at 2-2 and one team’s season will be over at 1-3.
The Giants face an “almost must-win game” in Week 2 against the Cardinals, but they aren’t the only team in that position this week.
The New York Football Giants aren’t going to win Super Bowl XLVIII, so it’s time figure out who it makes sense to root for and against this NFL postseason.
It seems like it was just Week 1, but now it’s time to say goodbye to the 2013 regular season and get ready for the postseason.
I finally broke up with the Giants after their loss to the Eagles. But then I took them back just in time for their game against the Bears.
The NFL is back and so are the weekly picks. Let’s get the 2013 season started off on the right foot with the Week 1 picks.